My wife and I met some other family members today for lunch at the Grafton Village Inn. This Inn has been around since the 1820's. I have dined there before but never with family members. We arrived at 1:30 P.M. and did not have reservations. Our wait time was about 15 minutes and then we were seated. It was quite busy and the staff were really hustling. I take it that Sundays are a popular day especially on a beautiful summers' day. There is a breakfast menu which is available all day and we all ordered from that side of same. My wife ordered the Belgian Waffle while my sister and niece both ordered the village breakfast which was eggs with met and home fries. I ordered the Santa Fe Wrap which includes scrambled eggs, beans salsa and nacho cheese wrapped in a tortilla. It was huge as were the other orders and very tasty. I could not finish it but I gave it a good try. The service was slow due to numerous patrons but we chatted and didn't mind the wait especially when our orders arrived. Staff were pleasant and friendly and made you feel at home. We will definitely revisit very soon.